Study shows most teenage friendships doomed to fail: but whose fault is that?

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The psychiatrist Harry Sullivan believed that nothing is a more significant determinant of psychological well-being than the nature of our closest social bonds. In adolescence, research has consistently linked the quality of friendships to important outcomes such as emotional health, self esteem, the ability to overcome social anxiety, and achievement at school.
Original languageEnglish
Specialist publicationThe Conversation
Publication statusPublished - 22 Jul 2015

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